“They say a reasonable number of fleas is good for a dog - keeps him from broodin' over being' a dog.” ~ Edward Noyes Westcott
Far be it from us to disagree with Mr Westcott, but no dog – or owner for that matter – would likely agree that any number of fleas is good for them.
It’s the same sad song each year, “My dog has fleas and I can't seem to keep on top of the problem!” Sound familiar to you too?
Every time warm weather approaches, dog owners can be found constantly checking their dog in an attempt to prevent their dog suffering from fleas and the unlucky ones will reach out to fellow dog owners and vets alike across the country to seek advice.
The problem of parasites and the complications they cause is an extensive and serious one, but one that has been faced by nearly every pet owner at one time or another.
In an effort to spare your pet a great deal of suffering this coming summer and before you seek out a dog flea treatment for your pet, we would like to answer two questions that are most commonly asked by pet owners about those annoying parasites; fleas and ticks.
Let's see if our guide to canine flea control can be of some assistance...
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